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I'm way past my teen years.
I'm way past my childhood.
What does "way past" in this sentence mean?
It's past 4:34.
Does "It's past" mean "after..."
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I'm way past my teen years. eg I'm 60.
I'm way past my childhood. eg I'm 60.

Think of way here as adding emphasis casually.
eg He's way older than me.
eg I'm way smarter than Tom.

What does "way past" in this sentence mean?
It's past 4:34.
Does "It's past" mean "after..." Yes

Clive
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Anonymous 'I am way passed my teen years' means ,,,
You need 'past' there,
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JumanahI'm way past my teen years.I'm way past my childhood.What does "way past" in this sentence mean?It's past 4:34.Does "It's past" mean "after..."
"I'm "way past....." means that a long time has passed since"
example: 'I am way passed my teen years' means that it has been a long time since I was a teenager.
Jumanahway past
much older (than I was in) [my teen years / my childhood]

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I'm way past stressing out myself

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I'm way past stressing out myself out.

Pronoun objects must split the phrasal verb.

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